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Managing Medical Comorbidities in Patients With Depression to Improve Overall Prognosis

Michael E. Thase, MD

Published: November 23, 2016

Article Abstract

Clinicians should weigh potential adverse effects of antidepressant medications when treating patients with medical comorbidities. Consider an example of the choices that sometimes must be made through the case of Tony, a 64-year-old man whose current diagnosis of hypertension and increased risk of diabetes influence his treatment for depression.

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